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I'm listening to BLK JKS' "After Robots" album right now and I love this band.  But what's up with the overall mix.  It sounds like everything is falling into the same sonic space, washing out.  What do you all think? 

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I've only heard two songs from it, but I hope to hear the album. I really love that the songs not only use Afrobeat from where they are born, but throw in modern elements of space-rock and psychedelia, two of some of my favorite subgenres.

I think it's a great record! I haven't thought about the sound though...I'll listen to it again.

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